Coldwell Banker Realty 2000 Dog Adoption Event

    Coldwell Banker Realty 2000 Dog Adoption Event

    Sep 08, 2017

    Naugatuck, Sept. 8th

    Coldwell Banker Realty 2000 LLC and Double Dog rescue are teaming up for the second annual Homes for Dogs National Adoption Weekend. Hundreds of the Coldwell Banker®  affiliated offices across the United States and Canada are joining forces with animal shelters and rescue groups to host adoption events in their local communities.

    The national adoption weekend is a continuation of the Coldwell Banker “Homes for Dogs Project,” which the Coldwell Banker brand launched in 2015 in collaboration with Adopt-a-Pet.com, North America’s largest non-profit pet adoption website. In the project’s first year alone, the two organizations helped facilitate more than 20,000 adoptions. This year’s National Adoption Weekend is expected to draw upwards of 500 local adoption events.

    As part of the campaign, the Coldwell Banker network debuted “Somebody to Love,” a story of a man and homeless dog who find each other, which scored as one of the highest-ranking television ads of all time by Ace Metrix.

    CLICK TO TWEET: Looking to adopt a dog? @coldwellbanker and @AdoptaPetcom team up for National Adoption Weekend Sept. 9-10

    Download DDR Adoption Application

    QUOTES:

    “Three years ago, I couldn’t imagine the impact this campaign has had on the Coldwell Banker community. We started the ‘Homes for Dogs Project’ with the goal of finding homes for 20,000 dogs, and our network far surpassed our expectations. It has been inspiring to see our brokers and agents bring such enthusiasm to support their local animal shelters.”

    – David Marine, senior vice president of marketing, Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC

    “Coldwell Banker understands there’s nothing like the unconditional love of a dog. That goes hand-in-hand with our mission to find caring homes for millions of adoptable pets. The ‘Homes for Dogs Project’ is about more than just pet adoption, it’s about bringing communities together.”

    – David Meyer, CEO and co-founder of Adopt-a-Pet.com